Syrian government bombing of rebel area continues despite Russian pause
Airstrikes and shelling resumed on Tuesday in Eastern Ghouta, despite a five-hour humanitarian pause ordered by Russia, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's main ally.
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In the hours since the United Nations Security Council voted Saturday to call for a ceasefire in Syria, the regime of Bashar al-Assad has continued to bomb the same rebel enclave of east Ghouta in the Damascus suburbs where horrific death and destruction caused the U.N. to act in the first place.
The United Nations Security Council voted unanimously today to adopt a resolution demanding a temporary humanitarian ceasefire across war-torn Syria, a measure that was delayed several times this week while hundreds of civilians died in airstrikes by the Syrian government and its allies. The
Relentless airstrikes pounded rebel-held Eastern Ghouta for the sixth day in a row, hours before members of the United Nations Security Council voted on a resolution to institute a 30-day ceasefire in Syria to deliver humanitarian aid and evacuate the sick and wounded. The fierce bombing campaign,
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It has been in effect for over 24 hours, but the limited cease-fire in Syria’s southwest corner is no cause for celebration. An agreement between the U.S., Russia and Jordan to halt fighting in three regions in the war-torn country was announced Friday as President Donald Trump and President
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